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Is it worth it?  I have short hair that has a lot of texture to it.  I currently have a baby bliss dryer.  It is getting old but I have no complaints.  Thought the buttercup might give more volume.  I also have a 13 year old daughter with long fine hair.  Seems we could share it, but I need opinions on it first!  YAY OR NAY?

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I just ordered my second one - the reason the first didn't last is that I kept dropping it on it's end (where the air intake vent is) & I finally broke the cap that holds the filter and I can't keep it clean anymore.  I did have that first one for 2+ years before I finally did it in.

 

I have medium length super fine hair & I really like it - it dries quickly but doesn't fry my hair at all.  I've had others with shorter hair use it and like it as well.


Also, my stylist uses this in her salon & really likes it - she's had no issues and I believe she's going on year 3+ of using it on all hair types.

 

Hope that helps... Smiley Happy

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@Rhondab wrote:

Is it worth it?  I have short hair that has a lot of texture to it.  I currently have a baby bliss dryer.  It is getting old but I have no complaints.  Thought the buttercup might give more volume.  I also have a 13 year old daughter with long fine hair.  Seems we could share it, but I need opinions on it first!  YAY OR NAY?


You might want to check out this thread on the same topic that was posted in the past week:

 

http://community.qvc.com/t5/Beauty/Dry-Bar-Hair-Dryer/m-p/2321140#M450559